This is a matrix, done by hansokolow in ProTools, of the following sources:
SBD: shnid= 3159
DAUD: shnid= 89674
AUD: Sennheiser MD-421's > patched thru one D5 > Sony TC-D5M > Maxell
MX-90's, with no Dolby. Mics on 8-foot stand, front row of OTS.
Transfer: MAC > Nakamichi DR-8 (no Dolby) > Audiophile 2496 analog-in >
Soundforge > CD-Wave > TLH > FLAC. Taped and transferred by Andrew F.
- SOTM cuts-in due to tape-flip, crossfaded together.
- Glitch at 0:19 in SOTM.
- Disc break is seamless.
- Tape-flip at 2:39.160 in Jam, mended together.
- Soundforge used for fades, clean-up around tape flips, adjust levels.
- TLH used for SBE-OK, FLAC compression, and checksums.
My Notes: AUD source slowed down, song by song, to match the SBD source. Transition between Victim and SOTM is missing from the AUD. Some small gaps between songs, cross-patched. Estimated-> Eyes is one example. There's a good chunk of Drums missing from the SBD.
On Fall break from Oberlin College, I tried to get into the previous night to no avail. We did show up with tickets to this night, which was my second Dead show. It was one of my first experiences with acid, and I recall the drug really setting in during this phenomenal Just A Little Light. During Crazy Fingers I was amazed by how the band seemed to be slowing down drastically between every beat, making it very gooey. It was the drugs. Sadly, I lost the North Sea fisherman's cap that my German friend, Gert had given me at my first Dead show, in Berkeley in August. Also, word went around during the set break that Wavy Gravy was hanging out in the lobby, and though my friends egged me on to go meet him and tell him that I was born in a house in Berkeley where he once lived, the drugs were too strong for me to leave my seat. Amazingly, we didn't even bother to try to get into the following night, Bobby's birthday. Hi Dave and Sonja!